We sell new and used school band instruments.
School Band Rental Rates:
Violin/Viola - $25.98/month
Trumpet, Cornet, Bell Kit - $37.89/month
Clarinet (Wood), Flute (Open Hole) - $49.80/month
Oboe, Alto Sax, Trigger Trombone, Xylophone/Marimba, Cello - $61.70/month
French Horn, Baritone/Euphonium, String Bass, Bass Clarinet, Piccolo, Tenor Sax - $85.52/month
Our Rental Plan Includes Superior Value and Service:
Instrument brands match the band director's recommended list
Rental outfits include the mouthpiece on the recommended list
Pre-rented horns are guaranteed to be sanitary and in excellent playing condition
Repairs for normal maintenance and accidental damage at no charge
Month to month rental: no deadlines or time limits
Customer may return or exchange at any time
Rent to own 100% of monthly rental rate applies to purchase
No interest, finance charges or hidden fees
30% Discount for early payoff in first 18 months; after 18 months 10% Discount applies.
We have your recommended supplies and books in stock for parents' convenience
We recommend having a piano at home to practice on.
You can start lessons with our piano teachers by using an electric keyboard. Most of our students buy small electric keyboards to help them with their lessons.
Are you looking for a guitar to begin lessons? Make sure it is in good working condition. The strings must be easy for the student to press down.
We sell a number of different brands of acoustic and electric guitars that are well suited for the beginner.
1/2 and 3/4 size guitars are available dependent on the student's size.
We can help determine what size to buy or rent. Rental rates for violins and violas are $25.98 per month.
You do not have to purchase a drum kit to take lessons (though owning one at home will greatly benefit your lessons). Beginning students can learn with a drum pad and sticks for about $30. And we sell them at the studio!
AFRAID of the NOISE? You can purchase an electronic set and use headphones!
Students use our drum set at their lessons and do not have to bring anything except their drum sticks and a notebook.
If you are just starting out, here are a number of ways you can keep sound levels down while you practice and do it affordably:
1) Start on a rubber practice pad.
2) Put rubber pads on cheap drums.
3) Purchase an electronic drum kit.
We Also Sell:
and sheet music (piano, guitar and drums)
Give us a call at (972) 274-9767 to get started with your Music Lessons!